Now that Eka and Christelle have survived the rediscovery of the magical world erased from their memories as children, the family betrayal that led to their lost childhoods, and attacks by a celestial being from another universe along with his minions, you’d think they deserved a really long vacation.
Now, as they settle into their new found magical abilities and world, they must confront new challenges and dangers as they return to Eka’s paternal home, Hawaii.
Eka is no longer running from the most devastating moment in her life, the night her parents and brother died. But now, as she’s forced to deal with her father’s Waker family, her hybrid magic still refuses to fit into the Waker mold, leaving her an outsider again, while yet another Waker community reminds her how much she isn’t a like them. Especially her grandmother, Haipo. And how can Eka help Christelle in the fight against Lintu if no one is able, or willing, to help her understand her magical abilities? Even if she could use her magic, with Lintu interested in her abilities, maybe she’s better off moving under his rader. Unfortunately, Christelle charges headfirst into any conflict with him and Eka can’t just let her best friend go it alone. On top of that, Eka begins to wonder if her brother might have survived, instead of dying with her parents. Can she believe the grandmother that wanted her destroyed?
Christelle is determined to stop Lintu from hurting another living being. With her gifts now at a celestial level, she believes she has the power to stop him. Unfortunately, as strong as they are, these new abilities are not quite working for her. She needs Gaia to help her get them under control, but the only way to reach her seems to be a scavenger hunt/rally where the prize comes from Gaia herself. But to compete she has to do the one thing she thought she’d never do since learning that her Waker family, and world, had betrayed her. Work with Wakers. This might just be one of the hardest thing she’s ever done without loosing her mind.